Mini Soccer Holiday Courses in the Wirral
Mini Soccer holiday camps in the Wirral offer the sort of boredom-beating fun that will keep the most active children entertained whilst giving parents and carers an exciting childcare option if they have to work or complete other tasks.
The kids’ school holiday football camps in the Wirral are run by the experts at Little Sports Coaching, meaning that parents and carers can be confident in the qualifications and experience of the staff and in the number of benefits their youngsters are likely to gain.
The Mini Soccer holiday camps enable children to explore the game of football, developing skills and techniques and taking part in matches and practises, but the benefits extend much further than that. Their passing, dribbling, shooting and heading are likely to improve, but so will a wide range of other skills.
The packed schedule of tournaments, matches, games and practises can lead to improvements in everything from communication skills to concentration. The sessions can also be a great confidence booster, whether youngsters are avid football fans or have never kicked a ball before, and they offer a safe and fun environment in which to spend time with friends – both old and new.
Parents can be confident that their children are enjoying themselves in safety whilst being kept active and encouraged to learn and make new friends. There is never undue pressure put on the youngsters, however. The Little Sports Coaching team are experts at getting the best out of each and every child without ever putting them under pressure to perform.
Instead, the emphasis is firmly placed on allowing the young people the time to develop at their own rate, confident that their needs are being taken care of by the fully trained and experienced coaching team.
Children attending the kids’ school holiday football camps in the Wirral are split into groups according to their age and ability. This ensures that the activities are perfectly suited to them and that they can feel supported at all times.
The structured format of the day is also designed to inspire confidence by mimicking the school day. Children are encouraged to take regular refreshment breaks, and lunchtimes are supervised.
The week’s activities culminate with a World Cup-type tournament, but awards are also on offer throughout. These are sometimes handed out to children who are performing well on the pitch, but they are just as likely to be given for interpersonal achievements or simply for trying hard.
The sessions are suitable for youngsters aged between four and 12, and there are wrap-around care options for parents and carers who need extra flexibility when it comes to collection and drop-off times.